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Election 2021: Englewood candidates report first round of fundraising

Mary Colecchi, who is running to be an at-large city council member in the ongoing Englewood mail-in election, has a $300 discrepancy in her campaign donations, according to her recent finance filing. more

Election 2021: Englewood City Council candidates discuss development, budget at forum

At a gathering of four of the six candidates for Englewood City Council seats, the audience heard praise for the current direction the city is going in, and unopposed District 2 candidate Chelsea … more

Centennial woman in coma after gunshot through wall

A Centennial woman is in critical condition after a gunshot went through an apartment unit wall and struck her in the head, according to the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office. more

Chalk up 20 years for Centennial: City shines spotlight on two-decade anniversary

The City of Centennial continued to highlight that 20 years have passed since its beginnings as a city, hosting a celebration on Sept. 18 that saw current and former elected officials — and some of … more

Parker author's book looks at value of life

In a recently published book, a longtime Parker resident tells the story of the 1974 death of her 10-year-old brother, who was developmentally disabled. Janet Farmer-Selden's brother, Jules Farmer … more

Digging for history at Golden’s Astor House

Archaeology isn’t all holy grails and temples of doom — there’s also community archaeology, which focuses on members of the community exploring the stories of people who lived their lives in … more

Cider Days are here again in Lakewood

Blue skies, big crowds, lots of sun and cold, hard cider was the order of the day Sept. 25, at Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park.  Normally part of the larger Cider Days festivities, this year’s … more

VIDEO: Fallen South Metro firefighter 'epitomized the term brother'

Anthony Palato dreamed of being a firefighter ever since he was a small child, said his brother-in-law, Steve Durie. “Tony epitomized the term 'brother' all his life,” Durie said at a memorial … more

Denver-area arts programs offer path to 'shared experience'

Seemingly ever-rising levels of political polarization — particularly amid issues of the coronavirus pandemic — may be wearing on Coloradans, but one place where all of that can melt away is at … more

Lutheran girls pack a wallop in softball

Parker's Lutheran High School is competing in its second season with a varsity softball program, but the Lions don't have a home field and use three different venues in the area. The Lions do not … more

Golf teams aim for state tourney

With an eye on the upcoming boys state golf tournaments, there were regional qualifying tournaments held Sept. 20-23, including four Class 5A meets. The top two teams in the regional tournaments … more

Teen gets 40 years to life in shooting of high school student in Centennial

The father of Lloyd Chavez IV stood at the lectern in court, a stuffed animal lying beside him. more

Littleton officer wounded by gunfire remains hospitalized; police name suspect

Littleton police Wednesday named a suspect in the shooting of an officer late Monday, and said the officer is in intensive care. more

Re-8 teacher urges reconsideration of mask use

A Fort Lupton High School teacher urged the Weld Re-8 School District and its board of education to do more to protect students and staff from coronavirus. more

Parker hosts 14th annual Oktoberfest

Parker residents put on their lederhosen and grabbed their dachshunds for this year's Oktoberfest event from Sept. 17 through 19. The event, put on by the local Council of Arts, Science & … more

Centennial leaders form arts and cultural foundation

Centennial sits amid several suburban cities that boast entities to support arts and cultural activities, but it didn't have its own — until the arrival of the newly announced Centennial Arts and … more

Arapahoe County leaders raise concerns about possible Tri-County exit

Some local leaders in Arapahoe County worry that a decision of whether to break away from Tri-County Health Department on the heels of neighboring Douglas County's moves to exit the agency would be … more

Biden touts need for bolder response to climate change

“Folks, we've got to pick up the pace.” That was US President Joe Biden's message as he spoke Tuesday about his plans to address climate change while creating new jobs during a visit to the … more

It's official: Douglas County appoints members to its new health board 

The Douglas County commissioners during a Sept. 14 meeting formally appointed five board members to their newly-formed health department. Decisions about public health in the county will now be … more

Ting opens data center in Centennial: 5 things to know

Internet-service company Ting continues to expand its presence in Centennial, recently celebrating the opening of a “data center” that will help spread its super-fast internet into new cities, … more
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